If you don’t have AIR already installed the installer will download and install it first, then install the app.
A couple of things you need to know about using it. Double-click on the video to go full-screen. Right-click (or control-click) on the window to get the pop-up menu. From there you can open the Interactive window which has links to chat, the Army, the calendar, and more.
A really nice, minimum screen real estate, maximum functionality app from Peter. Thanks!!!!
The new version of Parallels just came out (build 3186). If you want to run Windows on your Intel Mac, this is definitely the way to go, but you need a minimum of 2GB RAM – maybe more – for adequate performance. Check the MenuMeters in the Mac menu bar and you’ll note that the CPUs are not maxed by any means. In coherence mode (as shown) both Windows and Mac programs run side by side – Windows isn’t stuck inside the Parallels window any more – and the dock and Windows menu are both available. Very slick.
My last reason for using Windows might just have been eliminated.
I use Adobe Audition for all my netcast recording and editing. It’s a Windows program but there’s no Mac version. Paul Figgiani just tipped me that Adobe has announced a new audio editing program for Windows and… ta da OS X. (Intel Macs only, though – that’s the first Intel only program for OS X I’ve seen and that doesn’t bode well for PowerPC owners.)
The free beta of Soundbooth is available now. Soundbooth has the familiar Audition interface, but it looks like they’re positioning it as the “easy to use” Audition. One key feature missing from the beta is multitrack recording and mixing. I really need that, but there are many folks who don’t. The “remove a sound” feature pictured above is a simple interface to Audition’s powerful spectral analysis tool. You’ll find simplified versions of other sound tools like reverb and compression, too. I’d guess this is really “Audition Elements” by another name, but it will probably be a good choice for quick editing and single track recording. The kind of thing most podcasters need. If Adobe can price it under $100 it will do very well indeed.Of course I knew this would happen because I just spent $1000 on Bias Peak Pro a couple of weeks ago.